Lululemon Elevation

In today's society, we have a lot social issues going on about race and equality. One of the main things I took from my experience with last week's Lululemon Elevation is that if you find a common ground with people, we can get along and put our differences aside. My trail sister, Megan Conner, wrote this beautiful blog about how her, myself, and others were brought together by using a common ground of our passion for running and our faith. One of the other things I also took from the trip is that if the world was full of runners, the world would be a better place.

Wilfredo Aguirre

A New Orleans native via Honduras. Wilfredo joined the Move Ya Brass Krewe on its first ever group run and has been it’s lead runner ever since. Running has become his remedy for Dysthymia (mild depression.) Now he promotes the benefits of running for mental wellness.